C.Pitt | Shit & Alcohol | Video

C.Pitt | Shit & Alcohol | Video

An old track gets a new zombie filled video from North Carolina rapper C.Pitt.

Chad Pitter aka C.Pitt hails from Greensboro NC. His track Shit & Alcohol dropped in September 2015 and since then he’s teamed up with Prince Jones for a collaborative EP titled No More Free. The rapper has revisited the track though and presents a new visual.

Whilst the concept is lean the video is well executed with Pitter taking the lead as an individual trapped in an apparent abandoned vehicle by a swarm of the walking dead. Clever use of interesting camera angles maintain the viewer’s interest as the story unfolds.

Interestingly Pitter tells me via twitter DM that he shot, directed, edited, and released the whole video in just one day.

As for C.Pitt, the rapper? I have little in the way of information to share other than he’s one of a growing number of talented artists coming out of North Carolina.

Find his music on soundcloud and keep up to date with what’s new on facebook or twitter.

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